Ranji legend and Uttarakhand Ranji group lead trainer Wasim Jaffer piled rich applause on Prithvi Shaw, drawing correlations between the youthful opener and incredible Virender Sehwag.
Previous India opener and Ranji legend Wasim Jaffer feels that youthful batsman Prithvi Shaw can annihilate bowling assaults like Virender Sehwag yet he needs to calibrate certain parts of himself.
Shaw had an exciting Test debut as the second most youthful Test centurion from India before a lower leg injury and a bombed dope test kept him out for 16 months. Some disciplinary issues have likewise been discussed regularly in Indian cricket hovers for quite a while.
In the wake of being down and out from the global stage for over a year, Prithvi Shaw was given his lady ODI call-up for the up and coming 3-coordinate arrangement in New Zealand from February 5.
Prithvi Shaw has endured a turbulent period in the course of the most recent a year. Beginning from the lower leg injury that defaced his lady outing to Australia with the senior group to the doping boycott that made a vacillate, Shaw experienced an extreme stage wherein he wasn't "feeling excessively well".
"I think he is an exceptional player, no ifs, ands or buts. The shots he hits, in the event that he gets moving, he has the capacity of Virender Sehwag I feel," Jaffer told Aakash Chopra on his YouTube channel.
"He can totally destroy an assault. Be that as it may, some place I feel he needs to comprehend his game better, where he needs to assume a lower priority. I feel he got discovered a smidgen in New Zealand, got excused multiple times off a short conveyance. He fell into their snare."
Jaffer feels Shaw needs to control himself in that perspective to turn into a greater, increasingly effective player for India.